Daytime TV Cries Crocodile Tears About Kanye West’s ‘Mental Illness’
The daytime women’s empowerment hosts on corporate broadcast networks are straining to paint Kanye West as mentally ill because he has freed himself of liberal chains and embraced the excellence of President Donald Trump.
Kanye West’s transformational thought-breakout is inspiring Trump supporters around the country and the world, and emboldening new conservatives and free-thinking people to speak out.
But on Wednesday’s “The Talk,” on CBS, the hosts viciously smeared Kanye West, with one of the pabulum-spewers choking out crocodile tears in front of her brain-dead audience to convince Kanye to get help.
Sheryl Underwood said that Kanye West “looks like a man in crisis” and “a train wreck” and compared him to Peter Finch’s character in Network as the other hostesses pretended to be concerned about his mental health. The host Julie Chen asked if Kanye being “off his meds” is an excuse for the things he’s said, including that slavery was a choice and that we can now break out of our mental prisons and embrace higher consciousness.
Here’s “Girl Chat” talking about “mental illness” and “drug use.”
The mainstream media is going with the narrative that Kanye West is mentally ill after he tweeted his support for conservative black commentator Candace Owens and shared videos from pro-Trump Dilbert creator Scott Adams.
But now the media is trying to say that Kanye is mentally ill or on drugs, similar to the way the media reported on Dave Chappelle when he went off the reservation and left his Comedy Central show.
West has been advocating on Twitter for freedom of thought, announcing that people are now waking up from their “mental prison” to be creative, in defiance of the “thought police.” His artistic awakening is bold, considering that he works in the mainstream record industry, and Trump supporters are very grateful for his refreshing honesty.
The relatively apolitical Page Six reported on “fears” for Kanye’s health: “Kanye West canceled 21 tour dates in 2016 after suffering a “nervous breakdown,” but there are new fears for his health after he abruptly fired manager Scooter Braun and a “friend” claimed West had been addicted to opioids. On Monday, Hot 97 host Ebro Darden told listeners that he had spoken with West this weekend, and West allegedly told him, “Nobody really showed love for me when I was addicted to opioids and in the hospital.’”
Where did this mental illness narrative start? In the Fake News Washington Post, of course, in Molly Robert’s hit piece on Kanye calling him an “alt-right darling”: “It’s easy to cast West as just another lost man seduced by the far right’s promise to provide a sense of purpose. All that pseudo-philosophy does suggest a preoccupation with the sort of existential problems figures such as psychologist Jordan Peterson, who has become a surprise lifestyle guru, claim they can solve. It’s also possible to connect West’s eccentric behavior on Twitter — this isn’t the first time his forays into politics have discomfited some fans — to the mental-health struggles that led to his 2017 hospitalization.”
That piece Tuesday set the mainstream narrative, which is now strongly anti-Kanye.
Let us pray that our brother Kanye West is safe from the establishment as he explores his creativity and helps to expand our consciousness in real time.